Putkrong gave birth to a baby girl. However, she hates this baby as much as she hates the child’s father – Sua Kaj, who lied to her that he was a rich man but is, in fact, a poor bandit. She reported Sua Kaj to the police as a thief, and he goes to jail. She then leaves her baby with relatives, and goes to Bangkok to see her old friend Lamood who works as a maid in the palace of Khun Pra San, a nobleman and widower. When Putkrong sees Khun Pra San, she sets her mind to be his new wife, and finally succeeds. Khun Pra San has one son, Ram, from his late wife. Ram doesn’t like Putkrong but can’t do anything about the situation. Later, Soison, another daughter of Putkrong and Sua Kaj, comes to live with her in the palace. Time passes, and Kratin, her second child by Sua Kaj has grown up, and Sua Kaj is released from jail. Sua Kaj and Kratin go to the palace to see Putkrong, but she refuses to see them. Khun Pra San is sympathetic toward Kratin and accepts her to live in his house. When a mother who hates her own daughter have to live together under the same roof, many problems occur. Let’s see how conflict and detestation work its way out for them.
Thanavat Vatthanaputi, Diana Flipo, Nutwara Vongvasna, Jakrit Ammarat, Tanyares Engtrakul, Alexander Simon Rendell, Dom Hetrakul